How to Pop the Big Question: Hollywood Style

, Creative Director / Marketing at Skillshare

So you're finally ready to propose to the love of your life? Congratulations! Now all you have to do is ask the biggest, most important question of your life. No pressure, right?

Planning a proposal is hard enough, but putting together a moment that she'll cherish and remember forever? Now that takes serious creativity and leg-work. Come learn the "trade secrets” on how to dream up the most original proposal and make it happen without a hitch (other than the two of you getting hitched, of course).

You'll learn how to buy the perfect diamond ring for the right price, make arrangements for the location ahead of time, and cover your tracks to keep her completely unaware. In the end, she'll not only say yes; she'll say "yes, yes, yes, yes, oh my god, yes, yes, yes!" Plus, you'll have a story that the two of you will love telling your kids and grandkids over and over again!

Prerequisities: None

Co-Teacher: Freja Langert-Gidén, The Fiancée


Freja will share her experience and perspective as well.

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Thompson Harrell

Creative Director / Marketing at Skillshare
I proposed to my fiancée Freja by pulling a reverse "Thomas Crown Affair" at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. With a few days of some careful plotting, I pulled off the heist. I snuck in a real glass exhibit through security and into the gallery space of the Old European Jewelry Collection. It was there that Freja stumbled upon her vintage art deco estate ring from the 1920's. There it was sitting on a pedestal, encased behind glass with a traditional information card describing the details of the piece and me asking for her hand in marriage. While avoiding any tackling and tasing from security, I broke open the glass case, got down on one knee and ask her to marry me. She said, yes!
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